PYTHIA-(Sandalwood, Patchouli, Tonka Bean, Musk, Lotus Flower, Cardamom)-Perfume, Cologne, Anointing, Ritual Oil
This oil was inspired by Pythia, a mysterious and powerful seer. She was also known as the Oracle at Delphi. She was highly skilled in divination and people from all walks of life sought out her gifts. Pythia only gave readings nine days a year so to have your questions answered by her was quite an honor. On the way to see Pythia, people would first stop at the shrine of Athena, the goddess of wisdom. Once they arrived at Pythia’s chamber they would give her offerings of money and laurel leaves. There were two phrases carved into the walls that read “know thyself” and “avoid extremes”. I find these to be very powerful and inspiring messages.
I created this oil with the intention that it would help you tap into your intuition, unlock your feminine power, aid you in seeing your true self and enhance psychic knowing.
Pythia is a mystical blend of sacred lotus flower, earthy patchouli, smoky sandalwood, sweet tonka bean and warm spices.
The oils that I create take you on a journey through the senses, the soul and the imagination.
All of the oils that I create are made with plant absolutes, essential oils, fragrances, resins and botanical oils and are blended into a soy and nut free carrier oil.
All of my oils are intuitively created. Due to the nature of this process I only make one batch of oil at a time and I don’t keep recipes or attempt to duplicate blends once they have sold out.
These oils can be applied to the pulse points and worn as a perfume or cologne.
They can also be used to anoint the body before a ritual or ceremony.
All of the oils that I create are cruelty free and vegan. When taking from nature I always express my gratitude to the plant or stone for it’s medicine and I try to keep as many of my ingredients organic and sustainably harvested as possible.
The majority of my shipping and branding materials are recycled or reclaimed.
I hope that you can find creative ways to reuse or recycle them.
With Love, HagRoot